UFC 250: Nunes Set To Successfully Defend Her Title

By Austin Miller - Updated July 23, 2020

UFC250 was originally scheduled for May 9 but was postponed because of the COIVD-19 pandemic. Its now taking place in Las Vegas on June 6 and sees an action-packed card that you can bet on.

Amanda Nunes and Felicia Spencer headline UFC 250 in the UFC Womens Featherweight Championship. Who will win that fight? Lets find out.

Fans from around the world will tune into UFC250 on June 6 to watch an exciting card that includes some of the worlds best fighters. The original UFC250 was meant to take place in Sao Paulo, Brazil but has switched to the UFC APEX facility in Las Vegas, Nevada. Weve got the latest UFC250 betting odds from Bovada and they make interesting reading. Keep reading for our fight predictions and potential UFC250 parlay bets/

Theres No Way Amanda Nunes Loses Her Fight

Amanda Nunes is a very short -650 to retain her UFC Womens Featherweight title at UFC250 and it is easy to see why. The woman is an incredible fighter with a professional fight record of 23 fights, 19 victories, and only four losses. Since making her UFC debut in August 2013, Nunes has won 12 of her 13 fights, her only defeat coming in September 2014 against Cat Zingano.

Nunes is on a run of 10 straight victories, including five successful defenses of her Bantamweight title and securing the Featherweight title that she won by knocking out Cris Cyborg at UFC232.

Felicia Spencer is a talented fighter in her own right and has an 8-1 record. She lost to Cris Cyborg at UFC240 in July 2019 but made amends in February 2020 by registering a TKO victory against Zarah Fairn Dos Santos. We have the feeling this fight has come too soon for Spencer and she is going to be severely outclassed and is not one of our UFC250 picks.

Good Value in Sandhagen

While the Nunes vs. Spencer fight is the headline fight at UFC250, we cant wait to watch Aljamain Sterling take on Cory Sandhagen.

Sandhagen was +105 with Bovada, where you can claim a $250 welcome bonus, but punters have been backing him and driven his price down to -105 the last time we checked. Sandhagen is 12-1 in his professional career and 5-0 since entering the UFC. Hes capable of winning by any manner, registering five victories by decision, four by knockout and three by submission. Sandhagen really is a superb all-round fighter.

Sterling is no pushover, however, and his -125 UFC250 odds are tempting. He went 8-0 in his Cage Fury Fighting Championship career and is 10-3 in the UFC. Hes coming off the back of four straight wins, three of which came by the way of submission.

Are There Any Parlay Bets For UFC250?

Our last two-man parlay bet for UFC249 came in. Anyone who backed the Gaethje-Cejudo for$100 would have won $263.51, congratulations if that describes you. We came agonizingly close to a five-fight parlay at UFC248 too, missing out on a decision for a +770 win!

Good news, weve got a UFC250 parlay for you. Theres not much value in backing Nunes to win at -650 but she helps when you put her in a parlay.

Back Nunes, Sandhagen, and Neil Magny for $100 for a $270.61 return. Good luck!

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